Holiday on the grounds of a stately home complete with a fishing lake and ancient woodland. Thirkleby Hall Caravan Park prides itself on its friendly, welcoming atmosphere and is the perfect base for exploring the sublime hills, violet heather moorland and wooded valleys of the North York Moors National Park.
Magnificent stately homes, romantic ruined abbeys, medieval castles and Roman ruins all lie waiting to be discovered dotted among the amazing local landscapes. Great days out are to had visiting the attractions and exploring the nearby historic city of York. Dine, drink and relax after a fun-filled day in the great selection of independent pubs and restaurants found in the local market town of Thirsk.
Onsite, along with the lake and the woods, you’ll find a friendly club, a recreation field and a children’s playground. Enjoy views from the park’s elevated vantage of the White Horse, which is Britain’s most northerly hill figure, and the distant peaks of the Hambleton Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Thirkleby offers a selection of new and used holiday caravans available for purchase, two holiday caravans for hire, seasonal pitches and winter storage. Please note we are NOT offering short-stay camping and touring for the 2023 season. The Park’s resident manager is on hand to provide advice and assistance all summer and oversees park maintenance during the winter.
Landscape lake for Course fishing
DirectionsFrom the east, south or west, follow signs to York. Once you reach York, join the A19 signposted to Thirsk. Drive for thirteen miles then take the right turn leading through two gatehouses. Follow this road and after three miles you’ll reach Thirsk.
Towns and cities to visit in North Yorkshire
The ancient walls and intricate majesty of York’s minster are just a short journey away. The city’s maze of medieval streets is also home to the Jorvik Centre - a museum detailing the city’s Viking history, the National Railway Museum and many other great attractions.
Neighbouring the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is the spa town of Harrogate. Its top attractions include the Turkish Baths, complete with steam room, plunge pool and spa, and Betty’s Harrogate, a traditional café and Yorkshire institution. Harrogate polled as the happiest place to live in Britain three years in a row 2013-2015.
Castles and stately homes to visit in North Yorkshire
Castle Howard is one of Britain’s most magnificent stately homes. Its monumental façade, landscaped gardens and lavish interiors have appeared on screen many times, most recently in ITV’s Victoria.
Helmsley Castle is a medieval fortress turned Tudor manor. It stands in the North York Moors just outside the town of Helmsley.
Sports and activities to do in North Yorkshire
The North York Moors lies to the east and the Yorkshire Dales to the west. Extensive networks of walking and cycling trails crisscross the beautiful landscapes of both National Parks. You can enjoy a round of golf at York, Easingwold, Wetherby, or Harrogate, and attend horse races at York, Thirsk, Wetherby, and Ripon.
Based on 2 review(s)
durham 20 May 2012
spent three nights on this clean and tidy sight.On arrival very helpfull staff helped with parking of caravan.pitch was ample size for van and awning or van and car.had a few good nights in clubhouse,owners and staff very friendly as well as other visitors.always something going on but could not win bingo but tried every night.good play area for kids and a really nice lake on sight.this little gem is well worth a visit. will be going again soon.
uk/north east 28 Aug 2010
WE HAD TENT WITH HOOKUP,LOADS OF SPACE,GREAT SITE,REALLY CLEAN TOILETS.GREAT PEOPLE.CLUB HOUSE IS A REALLY GOOD NIGHT OUT WITH GAMES ROOM FOR THE KIDS.MET SO MANY NICE PEOPLE.
WILL BE BACK AS SOON AS WE CAN.REALLY SOON.
THANKS THIRKLEBY HALL FOR A GREAT WEEKEND.